This interview originally appeared on Author CA Milson’s blog
Here are three things about me that people may or not know:
1-My most successful book is one my fans have probably never read, or, if they did, they didn’t think I wrote it. The book sold 50,000 copies. I wrote it under a pen name, which I ...Continue Reading
This guest blog originally appeared on Fabulous and Brunette
The difference between reading a novel and watching a movie is like the difference between empathy and sympathy: empathy is feeling another person’s misfortune, and sympathy is relating to another person’s misfortune. The first feeling is pro-active, and the latter reactive.
An example is how people respond when ...Continue Reading
This guest blog originally appeared on Andi’s Book Reviews
There are many things about me fans may not know. However, I don’t want fans to know everything about me, either, so I’ll stick in this article to stuff about me I don’t mind sharing.
The first one is that my most successful book is one my fans ...Continue Reading
This interview originally appeared on The Avid Reader
What made you want to become a writer?
I don’t know who or what inspired me to become a writer. I was a voracious reader as a little kid and read everything, but I mainly loved reading westerns. I was eight or nine when I wrote my first novel ...Continue Reading
This interview originally appeared at Rogue’s Angels
I don’t know who or what inspired me to write. I was a voracious reader as a little kid and loved westerns. I was eight or nine when I wrote my first novel, a western called David Patterson, El Temerario. I wrote it by hand, and an uncle typed ...Continue Reading
(article linked on P.M.Terrell and Book ‘Em NC websites)
Our guest today is David Pereda, the award-winning author of six novels, dozens of articles and poems. His latest romantic suspense novel, However Long the Night, published by Eternal Press in February 2012, continues to receive rave reviews. Visit www.davidpereda.com for additional information on this up-and-coming author!
With the proliferation of ...Continue Reading
Published June 2012 in Author’s Voice
A publication of the South Florida Writers’ Association
With the advent of digital technologies like the Kindle and the Nook, which have fueled an exponential growth in electronic publishing, there has also been a mushrooming in organizations handing out literary awards. We all know the impact a major award like the ...Continue Reading
Laurel of Asheville — Jun 1, 2009
Bob White extended a hand the size of a baseball glove toward me, fingers cupped around a leafy vegetable he had just snatched from the ground.
“What do you think this is, man?” he said.
I inspected the green leaves and took my best shot. “Collard greens?”
“Wrong, man.” Bob’s lips stretched ...Continue Reading
Laurel magazine — May 1, 2008 —
After its successful inaugural meeting in April, the Asheville Writing Enthusiasts (AWE) will resume monthly meetings on Saturday May 3, 2008, in the Board Room at Pack Place, 2 South Pack Square in downtown Asheville at 10:30 a.m. The guest speaker this time will be David Pereda, director of AWE, ...Continue Reading
It is hardly surprising that beer is the drink of choice in many countries around the world.
The question we asked ourselves is: Can beer, like wine, be paired successfully with dinner dishes and desserts? To help us answer that question, we invited Chris Russell, a third generation brewer and district sales manager of Yuengling Brewery ...Continue Reading